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's senate seat. scott brown has taken more money from any other from the securities and investment sector, taken more money than any other senator from the venture capital and the private equity firms. he's taken more money from the hedge fund industry. this guy isn't even from new york. nope. wall street has a guy on the inside inside. his name is scott brown. in the first quarter of this year, the city of which he received more itemized donations than any other place is new york city, which is not in massachusetts. they call him one of wall street's favorite congressmen for a republican. they call him that for two reasons. you might remember what scott brown did when they were first writing the wall street rules. you remember his specific contribution. they thought there was going to be $19 billion in implementation costs in rules. who should pay for it after it nearly destroyed the american economy? who should pay for that? it's going to be paid for by the banking sector. scott brown amended the bill so the banks would not have to pay the costs. you would. taxpayers would have to pay t
, but it prompted a rrelative to give them information. >> the "godfather of go-go, chuck brown, late yesterday his family and mayor vincent gray release information on a public viewing and memorial service. john gonzalez is outside the howard theatre in northwest washington with all the details. >> that's right. the mayor's office and the family of chuck brown have announced the memorial plans next week for the late star. they include the newly refurbished howard theatre in northwest d.c., where he was a regular and we're initially scheduled a performance next month. pretty much all day on may 29 there will be a public viewing here at the theater. and on thursday, may 31, a public memorial service down the street at the convention center from noon until 3:00. there will be will closures. thousands are expected both days to pay their final respects to the late star. the city strongly courage as public transportation. this man known as the "godfather of go-go" passed away last week at the age of 75 after being hospitalized for pneumonia. he was still active, forced to cancel several shows earlier
up another crime. >> reporter: good morning. police are saying that 46-year- old david brown was using computers at the central library to log onto craigslist and that is where police found him. it was at the library where david brown set his schemes into commission busted. >> he expect he was lining up the next victim. >> reporter: brown used library computers to post fake ads on craigslist advertising big ticket items like watches and coins. he would lurer buyers in. >> it is kind of alarming this was happening how he was trying to rob folks. >> reporter: police linked brown to four cases. in one, he fired at a shot ama victim who ran away, but when police showed up at the library, brown had nowhere to run. >> it is messed up. you are taking advantage of something. >> reporter: everyone who uses the computers here at the library, must swiped their card and the history was traced. >> i'm glad it happened here. the police traced the person back here. >> some were taking extra precautions. >> i when i go to meet people, i take people with me. >> a lot of thinks you cannot t
brown. look forward to that. we're going to begin with that severe weather, including tropical storm beryl. really putting a damper on the holiday plans of millions of americans. the weather channel's mike seidel is in jacksonville beach, florida, this morning. mike, good morning to you. >> and good morning, savannah, from triple digit heat in parts of the midwest to the hottest may weather on record in that part of the country to the second tropical storm of the season, four days before the official start of the hurricane season, millions of americans are enduring some extreme weather this holiday weekend. with maximum sustained winds just below hurricane force, tropical storm beryl made landfall just after midnight near jacksonville, florida, where city officials canceled all outdoor memorial day events. >> everything is going to be shut down. we're really preparing for this tropical storm, and it's all about safety. we want people safe through this storm. >> reporter: from florida to south carolina, the tropical storm has whipped up the surf. creating dangerous rip currents. dozen
to chatham, often they will talk about whether they should have followed john brown. well, delany, or harriet tubman, or mary ann shadd-cary who had never done anything operationally that we know of. for them to say you should follow john brown is to say they should follow a captain. why did i say that? if you read frederick douglas, martin delany, mary ann shadd-cary, they refer to john brown as a captain. what does that mean? john brown wrote his own constitution. he viewed himself in that way as a general. captains don't lead generals. captains are tactical, not strategic. this organization already had a plan, it was to end slavery in league with the constitution, not write a new constitution. however they found -- they found tactical value in what john brown did. and anyone subordinate to the captain, they would encourage them to follow john brown. but you have to be subordinate to the caption. it's a tactical operation. you don't send strategically important folk on a tactical operation that may be a suicide mission. they do view john brown as a martyr because in many ways it was a suici
donna summer. >> the d.c. area also honors the godfather of go-go chuck brown. good afternoon, everyone. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. we start with the stunning news today the death of another popular singer disco queen donna summer died this morning. >> summer defined a genre. she had 19 number one dance hits including bad girls. she was just 63 years old. access hollywood's billy bush joins us live from california. another sad day in the music world. >> sure is. that is second only to madonna, that stat. it would be irresponsible to throw a '70s party without back-to-back donna summer. she died in florida in her home, 63 years old. it's reported it was lung cancer but that is not confirmed. also reported it is because of breathing the air after 9/11. that is not confirmed. but we celebrate the life of donna. neil bogard who founded her in the mid 70s from casablanca records launched her in europe. she was a giant hit in europe. nothing in the states for a while until finally record executives realized her records were selling all over the place. she was an undergr
-go is gone. chuck brown passed away yesterday at the age of 75. he had been suffering from pneumonia. he was a legend in washington where his unique voice helped create the genre of go-go music. a sound that's become the pride of the nation's capital. news4's tracee wilkins is in silver spring with more. >> reporter: chuck brown, the creator of go-go could not have created and sustained the sound without the help and support of local radio. so of course with the news of his passing, that's where his fans went first. ♪ >> 1 x 77 par show and of course, chuck brown has left us, 75 years on this earth. >> reporter: it's the first morning after the passing of d.c. music legend, chuck brown. >> we're doing a chuck brown story. good morning, i believe that's denise in d.c., how you doing? >> reporter: and when wkys said russ par offered fans a chance it call in and talk to the godfather of go-go. fans called in. >> caller: my heart was broken when i learned he passed. he was just an amazing, amazing man. >> any party with chuck brown, there was so many people there and he walked through the
keep coming in for chuck brown. and karen has more. >> reporter: the howard theatre is honoring chuck brown with a slide show that is running non- stop inside the lobby here. around the corner on the streets and that is named after him, chuck brown way and there is that makeshift memorial on that lamppost. the entire region seems to be getting in and we just got back and they are going gaga overgogo. >> what are your memories? the memories of chuck brown? >> reporter: gogo radio.com is the internet is playing chuck brown 24/7. djs teaming up for interactive radio. >> and that is about that godfather. >> reporter: the fans are calling in to express their feelings. >> and to so many people. >> and called remembrances between the classic driving percussion of the go go beat that was undisputable chuck brown's own and you can't listen to the music without dancing to it. forty years after the godfather created go go they looked back on his legacy. he's the co-owner and said that chuck brown's creation was not just about the music and the feet. >> we're sellbrating him as we would and this
be doing really well buzz she looked really well. >> bobby brown says he was not the one that got whitney houston hooked on drugs. we'll have more of the interview and i will talk with the daily beast allison samuels what she describes as whitney's private hell and the lessons to be learned. we begin with two states stopped from taking action that is critics charge would limit women's rights. in texas federal courts stepped into a fight over cutting state funds to planned parenthood, all the result of laws passed by the republican controlled state legislature and in oklahoma the supreme court halted an effort to grant person hood rights to human embryos. joining me is erin carmen. good to see you on this. this certainly would be categorized by a lot of people as a setback for republicans in the two states, the texas battle still waging, though. >> what happened in texas is the lower court said you cannot discriminate against planned parenthood. you're going to be punishing almost 100,000 women receiving almost the primary health care from planned parenthood. >> similar to the argument on
, and they raced back to columbia, convened a meeting of the democratic party and anointed edgar brown, a very powerful state senator, also from barnwell county, the home of jean thurmond, to be the democratic party nominee. within a day, there was an uneasy feeling that was going to grow and grow: that this somehow was not appropriate; that this small group of democratic party officials should not have anointed somebody; that, regardless of what state laws said, there was the feeling there ought to have been a primary, there ought to have been a way to let the people decide who their nominees should be. and it built and built, and senator thurmond -- by this time, he had been out of office for a couple of years; he finished his gubernatorial term in 1950 -- he had run for the senate against olin johnston, representative liz patterson's father, in the only race he ever lost, the only head-to-head race he ever lost and was a very successful lawyer in aiken. but he had kept speaking to civic groups, and people certainly knew that strom thurmond was around and they turned to him and he finally an
very able sisters who are here, cindy brown and lucy young. they will lead us now in appropriate fellowship opening song so we might begin. cindy brown and lucy young. would you come over here. ♪ . stand for fellowship, what a joy divine, leaning on the everlasting arms. ♪ . ♪ . ♪ . >> amen. praise the lord. please take your seats. if you would. we'll be led in prayer by the reverend dr. bobby williams skinner, white house counsel on faith based and neighborhood partnerships will come at this time to lead us to the throne of grace that every heart be. dr. skinner. >> let us look to the hills this morning, our brothers and sisters. oh sovereign god of the universe and creator of all that live, god we greet you this morning with praise on our lips and thanksgiving in our hearts for another day to acknowledge your awesome power, your excellent greatness and your matchless love. god, there are no words this morning to express our gratitude for your keeping power over our lives and our families and our work. for even when we moved in ways that offended you, god, you still sent
to bring tens of thousands of troops. some thought it was a road to victory. on january 31, 1968 brown's suspension was confirmed. one of the primary targets for the north vietnamese army was a command kpoud housing some 200 advisors including richard brown. >> in a war stories exclusive there is reporting brown made of that horrific assault on the compound. >> whoever happened to be there at that time manned the walls. and they held it to say... through the night. and they came close to reaching it but they didn't. >> late in the afternoon i heard the roar of tanks in the town. >> i can never forget approaching the compound. it almost looked like rocks like cowboys and indians. they're holding the fort. >> ron christmas was a 28-year-old marine captain from pennsylvania when arriving in vietnam in 1967. and he got the order to move hotel company into play. he discovered they were facing a new kind of battlefield for vietnam. you arean terrain. >> the marine corps encountered strong points and fighting positions. and if you looked at it you're expecting it in a vietnamese city no, u.s.
the break. >>> before we head to break a reminder about a public viewing for dc music legend, chuck brown held at the howard theatre tomorrow, from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., then on thursday, public memorial service held from noon to 3:00 p.m., at the washington convention center. also, more details about the services, just head to myfoxdc.com for the latest. we will be right back  >>> making headlines, new clues in the search for a missing college student. police near lafayette found a bicycle belongs to the louisiana university student last seen may 19th. the bike was found in a remote swampy area, under a highway bridge about 25 miles, from the spot, where the student was last seen. volunteers spent the weekend passing out flyers and searching for more clues. >>> justin bieber is wanted for questioning by los angeles county sheriff's investigators stemming from an alleged incident yesterday after the photographer complained about being roughed up by the pop star. it happened when they tried to snap pictures of bieber and gomez, the photographer was take on the hospital, boobe
-go radio.com has been playing chuck brown music nonstop. fans are calling in to express their feelings. chuck brown was 75 years old. >>> now, can you actually own a piece of facebook. up next, how much you can expect to pay for just one share of stock in the social networking site. we have the answer. >>> if you love browsing the web on your smart phone, get ready to pane pay more. details of who is ending the unlimited datt plan for some customers. we'll be right back.   -- get ready to pay more. 4@ . >>> john edwards' fate now lies in the hands of the jury. yesterday, both side wrapped up their closing arguments. prosecutors tried to prove edwards used campaign donations to hide his pregnant mistress during his 2008 presidential campaign. the defense asked jurors to separate the immorality of edwards' affair from the legality of the funning behind the cover-up. >>> when the stock market opens later this morning, the public will able to buy stock in facebook for the very first time. shares of the social web site's initial public offering are set for $38 and
" for monday, may 28, 2012. >>> and good morning, everybody. good to be with us. i'm terrell brown. this memorial day a strong storm is making for a wet and dangerously windy day. for folks in northeast florida. tropical storm beryl made landfall early this morning near jacksonville, florida with hurricane-force winds. those winds have diminished as the storm moves inland. the same winds now top out at 65 miles an hour with rain accumulations up to 8 inches, 2 to 4 feet of flooding is expected in northeastern florida and georgia. 1 to 2 feet in south carolina. storm warnings are in effect from florida into south carolina. our jackson station wtev is bernadino just north of jacksonville. good morning. this is a tropical storm but a very strong one, nearly a hurricane. what's happening where you are this morning? >> reporter: good morning, terrell. as you mentioned, this was nearly a hurricane. we are at ground zero right now of tropical storm beryl. this is probably the strongest point of the storm in bernadina downtown. we're at the top of the storm, as our meteorologist told us, t
. >> it has been a tough time for her campaign after weeks of back and forth with senator scott brown over her native american ancestry, which she put on some applications. elizabeth warren has closed the gap in the massachusetts senate race. a new poll shows senator scott brown holding a one-point lead over warren, 48% to 47%. that is an eight-point swing from february, which brown led 49% to 40%. i've always thought that this was going to be incredibly close. i know you like scott brown. i like elizabeth warren. >> listen -- >> i like them both, but i'd like her to win. >> i like them both. i have always said this, and i think scott brown knows this, that scott brown won under the most favorable circumstances imaginable. he won in the middle of the obama care debate, when things were about as ugly for the white house and democrats as possible. he won not in an off year election, but in a special election. when turnout is as low as it could possibly be. campaigns. but she ran a horrific campaign, and yet he only won by a couple of points. it's also true -- i grew up in massachusetts. and peop
, conrad, johnson of south dakota, brown of ohio, cardin, whitehouse, kerry, akaka, and harkin. mr. reid: i ask unanimous consent that the mandatory quorum under rule 22 be waived. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. reid: madam president, this is the -- i have spoken before, madam president, abouts the importance of the f.d.a. bill, something we have to get done. literally, people's lives dpep depend on it. it addresses so many things with the f.d.a. to make it a better position. we have to get this done. as i've said before, if my republican colleagues don't like the bill, offer an amendment, offer an amendment to take that out, put something in, if you don't like it. but i would hope that we don't have to go through voting on cloture on monday night. we should be legislating this coming monday. so i am stunged that once again our motion to proceed when there's been an agreement that we would proceed to this with relevant amendments, which everybody says that that's what they want to do -- it's not germane amendments, which is very narrow;s it relevant amendments. it gives peopl
by several names including ravon stone, don fitzgerald hancock, and demarco brown. the 28-year-old has a scar on his last hand and tattoo his right arm. >>> police in stafford county are investigating a bizarre home invasion. investigators tell us two masked men broke into the home in the widewater village neighborhood early yesterday morning. the burglars demanded a man and woman and their 10-month-old baby strip naked. the men forced the family to take him around the house collecting valuables including cash, computers, and jewelry. before leaving they tied the thaem up if the garage. the family was able to free themselves and call 911. neighbors can't believe this happened in their community. >> i don't understand how it could happen. seems like it's a crime that's a bit more than petty. frankly, i'm a little alarmed -- very alarmed. very alarmed. >> no one was hurt. so far no arrests have been made. >>> no word when d.c. council member marion barry will be released from a hospital in las vegas. the 76-year-old tweeted pictures of himself with nurses yesterday. barry told news4's tom sherw
targets included the mayoral's home and president obama's chicago campaign headquarters. steve brown is live in chicago with more. >> reporter: interestingly this is not a federal case. this will be very first illinois own terrorism laws. that will be what the charges are essentially are against the three individuals that were arrested. they are brian church, jarrod chase and brent -- they were picked up on the south side of chicago. they were picked up on wednesday night. we were there yesterday friday afternoon. still saw cops milling around and talking to folks in the neighborhood. a total of nine folks were arrested in one particular raid. the state's attorneys office said it was a targeted raid and had informants working with them. >> the individuals we have charged in this investigation are not peaceful protestors. they are domestic terrorists who came to chicago with an bent to harm our police officers, intimidate citizens and to go through with their politically motivated causes. >> reporter: recovered in the raid were molotov bomb making materials and number of different wea
with the browns has to sit out three games. and defensive end, will smith, will miss the saints' first four games. >>> eric legrand, the paralyzed rutgers football player just got amazin news. he's going to sign with the tampa bay buccaneers. he got a call on monday from his former coach, greg schiano, now head coach for the bucks. schiano says it's a small gesture to recognize legrand's incredible spirit. legrand says he was shocked when he got the call monday. >> i'm like, thanks, coach, i don't know what to say right now. it's a dream come true for me. i always wanted to go to the nfl. may not be the circumstances i want, but i'm there. >> what a great attitude. legrand says the bucks can't give him any money because of the salary cap. he hopes to eventually become a sportscaster. >>> when we come back, going skin deep. a severely tanned new jersey mother enters a plea in a child endangerment case. in a child endangerment case. - it's the moment when forever begins. kay jewelers presents the ring that lives up to the moment. neil lane bridal from hollywood's premiere jewelry designer. - the se
. and the photographs and portraits suggest he had brown eyes. this man has got lots of pathologies going on. pro slavery figures in america zero in on parts of his argument, and they use it in the u.s. and they say well, you know, the french have seen the light here and mr. gobineau has proven what we've already been saying. of course there is no proof. this is just a bitter angry man who is full of all of this prejudice, just writing books that confirm what he already thinks. he reaches a big audience of gobineau societies were founded in parts of europe. and unfortunately, he reaches a big audience in germany and one of the people he has an impact on was none other than right, adolf hitler. hitler himself read gobineau's publications and agreed with them. he has a big impact on the debate in the u.s. before the american civil war. now, not all white southerners are pro slavery. we must always bear that in mind. there are always some dissenters within. there are people who become abolitionists like cassius clay who stays in the south until the civil war breaks out. there are people who leave th
are paralyzed. researchers at brown university released video showing a robotic armory sponding to basic commands given through only the person's thoughts. the robot was able to give the patient a bottle to sip from. a device attached to the woman's brain allowing a computer to decode messages from her mind and send it to the robot. >>> a florida couple had a different kind of self-serve at a gas station. a mom to be was in labor, and dad couldn't make it to the hospital in time, so he pulled right in the pumps, ran to the passenger side and delivered his own son! the fire department did show up moments later, to cut the umbilical cord, everyone is doing fine. way to go, dad. >>> for a look at national and region aweather here is bill karins. good morning. >> slurpees for everyone. beautiful weather continues across the nation, not much drama out there today. we didn't have much yesterday, either. severe thunderstorms were very widespread, we did have some thunderstorm action with locally flooding conditions in south carolina and georgia and along the orlando, to daytona beach corridor.
candidates suleman brown in the scheme to tilt the 2010 elect n election. the plea comes two days after co-conspirator thomas gore pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi. he promised to cooperate with the investigation. the two cases mark a quickening pace into the investigation of political corruption of the 2010 campaign for mayor. the campaign that u.s. attorney ronald said that deceit with wrongdoing. the scheme is op only a small part after larger investigation into possible shadow campaigns. of tens of thousands of dollars. some possibly fake contributions that helped fuel the gray campaign. mayor gray, who early on insists on his own assistance, now he is declining to talk to reporters about any aspect of the investigation that's now reaching inside of the core of his campaign. glen ivy is expected to koumt and talk to the media soon. howard brooks' lawyer. mr. ivy told me earlier today that his client wants to clean the air and start rebuilding his life by while this investigation goes on. at the federal court, downtown washington, i'm tom sherwood, news4. >>> police are questioning a
. >> later in the show we have pat brown on. she criminal profiler to try to figure out why he would snap like this and what he has said to police to obviously make sure this never happens again to another child. meanwhile, let's get to your other headlines. we have a lot to tell you about right now. brand new reports of a u.s. drone strike overnight that have killed three suspected militants in pakistan. this happened in waziristan a known hot bed for muslim extremists. this is the third strike reported by the pakistani government in the past week. the cia is is not commenting on this at this time. and a manhunt is underway this morning for a gunman in arizona. take a look. his name is thomas mowtan. 38-year-old fatally shot his ex-girlfriend in the parking lot high school avon dale. the two had a history of domestic violence. on monday the victim had filed a restraining order against him. of the suspect reportedly fled the scene on his kawasaki motorcycle. he was wearing a red and black jacket. new video out of new mexico where waging wildfires were putting a huge damper on the holiday
of protesters in chicago today. there have been a few arrests. we go to chicago and steve brown with the latest on what is going on on the ground. hi, steve. >> reporter: hey, there. yeah, the biggest demonstration we believe will be taking place in a week of demonstration. last night, a sebastian senate cabinet, police say they arrested him and charged him with one count of terrorism, making a false threat, connected to a plan to assemble a fire bomb, a molotov cocktail and use that in one of the demonstrations here. also, last night, there were demonstrations in the street, none of them scheduled, impromptu and there were a handful of arrests, but a small handful of arrest, as the protests, generally speaking went through the financially commercial sections of the city of chicago and then onward, south. later today, you will see this area, the grant park fill up. they are starting to set up for a large rally and march thru the street. this is the only march through the street that has a permit to march thru the street. later on, after hearing from a number of speakers, including reverend jack
. that is next. also remember this amazing video of massachusetts senator scott brown landing an amazing three-point shot. now, it is landing him in hot water. we will tell you why. plus, a prom that no one can forget. wait until you see what happened five seconds after this photo was shot. you don't want to miss this one. [ male announcer ] every day, thousands of peoe are choosing advil. i'm keith baraka and i'm a firefighter. and it's very physically demanding. if i'm sore i not at my best. advil is my go-to. it's my number one pain reliever. [ male announcer ] make the switch. take action. take advil. [ male announcer ] make the switch. (spoken in mandarin) i've still got hours of battery life. it's an ultrabook. you bring great shame upon this coffee hut. with a long-lasting ultrabook, everything else seems old fashioned. ultrabook. inspired by intel. how math and science kind of makes the world work. in high school, i had a physics teacher by the name of mr. davies. he made physics more than theoretical, he made it real for me. we built a guitar, we did thingwith electronics and mother b
the animals safe. >> thank you. >>> fans will soon get to pay tribute to dc legend chuck brown. an all day public viewing at the howard theatre tomorrow 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. a public memorial service will be held thursday, the god father of go go died at the age of 75 after battling pneumonia. >>> hurricane season hasn't officially started but florida is already recovering from a tropical storm. >> windy conditions, closed beaches this memorial day. >>> brand new anti aging drug some call the miracle pill. does it really make you look and feel younger? we investigate. >>> huge step for the georgia teen, battling a flesh eating bacteria. coming up ming up  >>> memorial day weekend turned deadly in the chesapeake bay. after searching 80 square miles over 9 hours the coast guard called off the search. the man went fish being friends sunday and went missing off howl point. >>> a man fell off a boat after it hit a jetty. police have not released his name. >>> tropical storm beryl has been down graded to a depression but still putting a damper on some of the usual memorial day
." >>just wanted to clarify that. [ mocking tone ] i'm ms. brown. i'm soooo chocolatey. i'm giving away money to make people like me-eee -- is what he said. and i was like "you watch your mouth. she's my friend." friend is a strong word. [ male announcer ] chocolate just got more irresistible. find the all brown bag and you could win! >>we're just getting started. (vo) the state of the 2012 campaign. ♪ >> listen and watch the bill press show on your favorite radio station and now on current t.v. this is the bill press show. welcome to the spin room. >> lots going on here. friday morning wholly mackerel. we are going to go into the spin room. we are going to get back to your calls about the minority minority -- minority/majority nation we have. we are not yet there. we are there for kids under 1-year-old. but we will be there for the entire nation by 2042. 866-55-press. >> that's where we take your calls. but first, a little reminder, and a little bit advice if you are looking to make some extra money because you need some extra money at the ends of
congress. i cannot stand without recognizing the illustrious congresswoman from florida, corrine brown. and the distinguished member from the state of california, barbara lee. thank you for coming. [applause] some of you may know me, many of you may not know me. i represent the eastern part of north carolina. the 24 counties east and north in north carolina. i serve as the vice chair of the congressional black caucus. i want to thank you very much for coming today to have this important conversation with us. i also bring greetings from my home church, the missionary baptist church. unlike to do that briefly what i am speaking to organizations. how do stand in the shoes of john lewis? it kind of reminds me of when king was assassinated and david abernathy ascended to the chair of the eoc. -- the o.c.. that is -- the eoc. that is where i find myself today. we are here to talk about protecting voting rights. it is critically important. and for us to talk about the full dimension of voting rights, you cannot address the subject in a contemporary context. you've got to go all the way back t
on the show. >> how about that scott brown? here he is? >> what a scamp. >> running for senate reelection, of course, voted against obama care. >> health care reform as it's commonly known. >> right. and voted to repeal it, voted against it and now what's happening with scott brown. >> my goodness his daughter is benefitting from the law. you know one of the more popular provisions was you can keep your kids on your own health insurance until they are about 26. so one of scott brown's lovely daughters is 23 years old and he ensures her on his congressional health plan -- >> thanks to president obama. >> thanks to president obama. >> he votes against it and then he takes advantage of it. >> i don't see any inconsistent see here. scott brown is handsome. >> so that's what people are supposed to think. he is a movie star. he can get away with anything. >> he said that his objections to the health care law are not inconsistent with using it to insure husband daughter because similar requirements could be mandated at state level. i don't even understand that.
people have high hopes. >>> let's talk about chuck brown. chuck brown, known as the godfather of go go died here. talk about the impact chuck brown had on d.c. >> i said it this week on my show, he is to washington, d.c. what elvis was to memphis. that's the best way to put it. people around the country may not be as crazy about it, but they really are, and they may not know the origin of the go go beat. the music won't die. that spontaneous reaction on the night of his death in front of the howard theater was just heartfelt. i would say he is to washington, d.c. -- go go is the official music of the washington, d.c. >> i don't know about the official music, because i will not leave out mccoy or marvin gaye -- >> marvin gaye is detroit. >> let me finish. go go was the music of washington, just like motown came out of detroit, and the philly sound, and that's -- >> you are asking me if i remember? >> oh, yes. >> i want to -- >> you are a young man. >> okay. >> i do agree that the go go was a signature in washington music, but the fact is he brought a very, very important platform of mus
and lieutenant governor anthony brown to present to you, mr. reddam, the most coveted trophy in all of sport, the woodlawn vase. congratulations. >> thank you. >> i think i owe it to these guys, really. >> paul, can you take us through your emotions as you're watching that epic stretch unfold. >> well, i knew it was a long stretch. and i have to say, there was a point where i didn't think we were going to get there and we keep digging and bodemeister was running his guts out. it was a fantastic race. i didn't feel confident we were going to get there until about ten yards from the wire, and then it just all let go. >> no horse has won a triple crown since 1978, 34 years, the longest drought in racing history 37 what would it mean to paul reddam to own the next triple crown winner? >> 34 years? i didn't know that. no, i'm kidding. you know, laffit, i haven't thought past today because i just didn't let myself do it. you know, i just can't imagine it. so i'm just going to let it go at that. we'll roll one day at a time, and hopefully the horse is, you know, doing well out of the race and, you
waterfront or central downtown areas. >> bryan brown said the airplanes radius system and communications system was not working. the family did not think they had a way to communicate. it was six hours later that on his cell fall rank n de call for help. they are all recovering in a area hospital. >>darya: soldier from salinas died while serving in afghanistan. he was 21 years old. enemy forces set off an explosion. he graduated from everett alvarez high school. a state senator is trying to propose an amendment that will prevent any state campus from taking a lesson 10 undergraduates from out of state. the uc-berkeley, about 30 percent of the freshmen were from outside california. they have been in many more have states is because they can make up for the budget shortfall because they can charge them more. out of state students have trouble tuition than in- state students. >>mark: some of the money that was designed to help victims of nine elevens children go to college has disappeared. it was used for something else. some of that was raided by governor brown income governor schwarzenegg
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